Jeremy Brown

Brown came to DC to provide security to speakers in the Stop the Steal rally. According to a government affidavit, he stated “that the officers were, in his opinion, violating the laws of the Constitution of the United States.” Brown shielded civilians from police brutality.

He did not enter the Capitol building and remained outside. However, the government is charging him and others for being on the premises that day.

Please keep in mind that in the United States, every citizen charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Charges

Entering and Remaining in a Restricted Building (1) Disorderly and Disruptive Conduct in a Restricted Building (2)

Case Status

On 9/30/21, Jeremy Brown was arrested. During his arraignment on 12/8/21, he pleaded not guilty to all counts. There is another status hearing set for 4/26/21 at 12:30pm EST. His case in the Florida Middle District Court is still ongoing and has a trial date set for April. His last status conference and Faretta Hearing took place on 5/10/2022. Another status hearing continues on 6/23 at 9 30 am virtually. Members of the public may access the hearings by dialing the court's toll-free public access line: (877) 848-7030, access code 321-8747.

USA Attorney

Louis Manzo
Louis J. Manzo DOJ-CRM 1400 New York Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20002 202 616 2706, [email protected] LEAD ATTORNEY, ATTORNEY TO BE NOTICED. Designation: US Assistant Attorney

Prison Name

Jeremy Brown Pinellas Co Jail 8:21-Mj-1990-SPF #1875858 14400 49th St North Clearwater, Fl 33762

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